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    October 27, 2012
    11:30 - 11:59pm EDT  

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>> brent: did you hear the pads popping? >> kirk: they sure are. >> brent: damien shaken up on the play. >> kirk: we talked about lattimore, you see the tennessee players and south carolina players come around. notre dame players, nice to see that sportsmanship, sometimes we don't see enough of it. >> brent: damien is a great story. came here from junior college and worked his way into the number one running back spot.
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has had a fine season for oklahoma. the sooners can still regroup within the big 1 a2 and get themselves into a good bowl situation. >> kirk: oh, yeah. they got to rebound from this. it's tough. you come back with landry jones as a senior and you think about bowl games and national championship, you have setbacks, it tests the backbone and leadership of a team. >> brent: final seconds ticking awhich. landry jones firing to stills. doing for the end zone. touchdown, oklahoma. there is the combination that we expected to see all night long. and a frustrated stills bark at the defensive back after the 34-yard touchdown.
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and afraid young man, it's a little too late. he's a fine young talent. >> kirk: he's frustrated because he's been cooped up most of the night because of the coverage they played. this time he finally gets behind jackson, he reaches for the pylon. >> brent: looks close with his foot out of bounds? >> kirk: can't tell by that look. he steps out. >> brent: not sure they're going to give him this touchdown. this might be taken away from him and he may be even more frustrated. watch now on that left side. left foot. and right foot. no question, is there? >> kirk: the official might have seen him reaching the ball across but maybe missed the foot
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before that ball broke the plane. >> brent: you know what that could set up? the irish would give u up two rushing touchdowns in one game. >> kirk: it could. it could. >> brent: first and goal down there. they turn this one over. as expected. welcome those of you who were checking out of the san francisco giants and the world series. now lead 3-0 over the detroit tigers. game four will be in detroit tomorrow, of course, and here, the shocker, notre dame pummelling oklahoma 30-19. oklahoma has a touchdown right now on the field but at least it appears from our vantage point it might come back to the 1 yard line. let's see what happens here. >> referee: after further
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review, it was determined that the runner was down at the half yard line. first and ten. >> brent: so final 22 seconds, stills will put his helmet back on. >> kirk: he's still worked up. he was talking to jackson even from the sideline. interesting if they line up across from one another. may want to keep an eye on this block. >> brent: i think he was probably told be careful out there. clay will be the running back. >> kirk: russell lined up against him. >> brent: so, the final 20 seconds landry jones will throw it back to him. touchdown and penalty, because >> rece: sell w russell was on the ground. must be offensive interest e
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fearence. >> referee: offense. >> kirk: he threw russell down. just threw him down. he wanted a piece of jackson, instead it was russell. throws him down. saw a lot of that last week in the florida state/miami game with benjamin. that's one way to get open. >> brent: so, the ball will be brought back to the 15 yard line. you know when you look at the history of oklahoma football no one has a better winning percentage against them than notre dame. this is going to make, i believe, the overall record for oklahoma now one win against nine losses against the irish. landry jones is in trouble. sacked. down at the 22 yard line. shembo on top of him. number 55. >> kirk: shembo finally gets home. lewis-moore also in there, the
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entire pocket just collapsed, symbolic of the way this game went for notre dame and how unfortunately it went for oklahoma and their offensive line. >> brent: coaches to midfield. the coaches are good friends, wishing each other good luck. many of the players out there shaking hands. notre dame's game tonight, folks, only one penalty and no turnovers. you talk about a mistake-free game. let's go down to heather. >> heather: coach, congratulations on the win. 8-0 for the first time in a decade. how would you describe the importance of this win? >> it's just the way we play. i'm more interested in how we continue to develop as a football team. i think offensively we showed some things today that we needed to continue to mature as a football team. our defense has played great. our offense played much better today against a very good oklahoma team. >> heather: you told me that every day this week you talked
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to your team about the pressures and privileges of playing as an undefeated team. what will you say now? >> enjoy next 24 hours and get to work with pittsburgh. stay with the process, we're getting better each and every week and i'm proud of how my team played. >> heather: you said a coming of age night for golson, what improse ei impressed you most? >> managed the offense. making plays when he needed to, still some growth there, but communicated well. again, just a freshman that hooked up with a freshman late in the game that gave us a big spark. >> heather: congratulations and manti te'o, huge performance tonight. congratulations on an outstanding effort. interception late that was game-saving, how did you see that play unfold? >> i couldn't do it without dan fox, made a beautiful play on the ball, popped up and i just happened to be right there and glad i could make the play.
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>> reporter: it's been an emotionally challenging season for you how you have been fueled by the heartache you endured? >> heavenly father. my faith keeps me strong. my family keeps me strong and they're still here. i may not see them but they're still here i draw strength from that. >> heather: you have. what is your reaction when you hear your name and heisman in the same sentence? >> i'm just glad we're 8-0, if the heisman comes along the way i'll be happy but as long as we're still winning. >> brent: that oklahoma defense led by te'o and they held oklahoma to 15 yards rushing here tonight. >> bren >> kirk: great job by te'o and the defensive performance, a lot of people from notre dame will walk away not just with the win but the way their quarterback played for brian kelly. >> brent: a stadium record watched this, 86,031, many of
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them unhappy because their team lost to the fighting irish of notre dame 30-13. notre dame stays unbeaten and they're in the conversation for a spot in the bcs national championship game. thanks forever watching espn on abc. espn is the home of the discover bcs national championship game in miami on the night of january 7. now, folks we'll take you to the studio for the ford wrap-up with robert flores. a lot of things happened today. take it way, my friend. >> all right. thanks. welcome inside our college football studios. there will be some debate over number two in the nation there is no debate on who number one us is, alabama flexing their muscles against mississippi state. a game that is played right now on espn. late first quarter, a.j. mccarron up top to kenny bell.
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57-yard score. 18 touchdowns, no interceptions on the season. 31-0, in the fourth right now on espn. georgia and florida in jacksonville, fourth quarter. bulldogs clinging to a one-point lead. to mitchell. georgia goes on to win 17-9. gators season-high six turnovers. big 12 now. kansas state, continues to roll. collin klein, four more touchdowns, two on the ground, two three the air against texas tech. wildcats win 55-24. they hang 426 total yards on texas tech. they scored at least 50 points in back-to-back league games for the first time since 2002. colorado no match against oregon. ducks led 56-0 at the half. late in the half, oregon up 35-0, thomas goes from one side of the field to the other.
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that's a 73-yard punt return. 21st consecutive game scoring at least 30 points, record is 22. usc and arizona. tight ball game here. fourth quarter, arizona's scott to richards. arizona with their first one at home at usc since 1999. oregon state has never started a season 7-0e and they're trailing to washington 10-0 late first half. one big headline from earlier in college football, devastating knee injury to marcus lattimore of south carolina. carted off, later taken tie hospital. for the latest on his condition keep it to tuned to "sportscenter" and of course, college football final, 12:30 eastern on espn2. we'll see you again next week. "who thinks about stuff like that?" "vince mahe grew up on two continents...
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a car left almost unrecognizable after hitting two metro buses. is everyone okay? e told the passengers with minor injuries. want to sit but they will say thecan see part of withtigators on the same the two buses that were hidden. this may have been the result of a police pursuit. the policem not a pursuit. there was an officer that the pursued. this is what we know so far. a:40, route 64 buses were on the .ew hampshire ave they had passed each other going opposite directions when the was struck straight ahead. the impact from the card, it hit
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the second bus. s -- isire front end i crushed. hard, the impact was so it was a prolific. the driver, -- and they had to cut the roof off. he was panda in the car. >> metro tells us tend passages two buses have not life-threatening injuries. had a leg injuries s also taken to the hospital. we will likely know a lot more tomorrow. >> a busy night to their in nw. now, the track of hurricane
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sandy. it is causing a number of problems. up and down the east coast. team coverage, richard reeves with the impact of the storm. >> the problems will only days asver the coming storm, with their sandy or system, really pummeled the mid-atlantic. this game aing and witht of steam winds about 75 miles per hour the north.ards it is expected to make a quick sharp turn toward the west. this is what has many of us concerned a round of the mid atlantic from jersey to ocean city. where some of the storm ate taking the
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landfall. is where the winds are to pick up along with very rain and upwards of three- 6 inches of rain. the time the system goes on of here. we will talk above the latest as well as what to expect, the wind advisory has r the belld fo atlantic. r where we get all the from.mission tracking planes were sent into of them.r kris van cleave had an opportunity to take an aids hour flight. tell us about your experience. it is a fairly large aircraft. they play into the middle of the aircraft. made four passes and two
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the flying right storm where they data and in real time. they have doppler radar. they are getting very detailed information that cannot be any other way than to through the storm, which is sent the last eight hours doing. we just landed end of the planned three minutes ago. the winds foring the out starting to ramp up. and some was, it has some characteristics -- it was a hurricane at the same time. was a very interesting experience. we knew that the center of this -- it was not nearly as intense.
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>> we should make in that you 12,000 feet.t he or flying directly through the storm. >> is, that is correct. the hurricane hunters, this airplane is designed to go right star.he that is exactly what we did. this plane flies right through it. what's amazing. right throughe tampa. the latest on a sandy expect. to >> people around the region are the storm seriously. evidence can be found at neighborhood grocery store. shoppers setting up to the stores to snatch up food surprises. several stores have sold a lot of generators. this costco -- it seems like every card was loaded up.
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>> i wanted to make sure i had food.and >> as a residence rest to prepare, so did utilities. this could knock out power to hundreds of people there will be more staff on hand to answer customer phone calls. of rain expected fall, there are major forerns with areas known flooding problems. in the setup of the capitol reminder a could be on its way. evening, residents put beds into the supply. w they can get. >> every full moon and every have problems here. >> and they are and the direct
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the city dock. workers will wait until sunday go down the had should. is -- i did take off and the front. pasts supporters that the seven hours securing her boat. >> i got the boat double to hide it. the water can come up over the dock. depends on where the eye of storm hits. >> meanwhile, more agency workers spent the declaring leaves and debris from storm drains. hamas prepared the best they .an will be, it will be. i cannot stop it. well, did said it synoptic? the election is 10 days away.
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sandy even had an impact on line. from theeid joins is newsroom and a story, we saw a people waiting for hours. >> they have never seen anything like it. 5.5 hours to cast a ballot. many tell us the have their up.s made people are hitting the balls police. >> in the saturday calm before the storm. , and the library was not to cool place. for hundreds of early voters, it was a symbol of determination. >> i was probably going to vote anyway. >> a massive land estimated at bar wrapped it building, some working 5.5 hours.
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>> it said 19, but i counted 19. >> voters say even sent staffers numbers likeipated this. i think it is and adventure. district voters experienced one-three hour waits. know what will happen on election day. >> hit a threatened to overthrow e -- overwhelm the system. >> people are looking at the storm. >> d.c. mayor vincent gray is a frustrated. we have as like e kind or another it's time we have an election. >> i have bread and cheese from the farmer's market unless things get desperate.
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the district, the common enough ofis not voting machines. itcent gray hopes to address next saturday. live at into the newsroom, abc news. >> chris christie has ordered closure of atlantic city has evacuated the vineland. anybody thinking about driving storm.the worst of the >> stay off the road. >> chris christie has also closed state parks. and missiles are considering publicg down transportation but no decision been made. here are some other headlines. the defense department is
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n 24-hourelicopters o to deploy a status. they are setting up staging for the vendor personnel frederiksberg, richmond. pepco is upping their request for cruise up to 3000 workers and 603 workers. amtrak is captured eastern seaboard services for its sunday and monday. check with their website for more information. we want to get to a developing story. the search is on for a gunman couple that was walking their dog last night. the woman was killed, the remains in serious condition this evening. a pathway ton westlake high school. deputies spend the day knocking door and a lifting the public a above the